For those of us in the lowly demographic called “fandom”, true insight is only gained through extreme displays of excess and obsessiveness. This especially holds true when researching older Imagineering projects, and most particularly projects that were somehow altered or never came to be. So little artwork or information escapes from Fortress Disney, that each [...]
One of Imagineer Tim Delaney’s famous renderings for EPCOT’s The Living Seas pavilion
The last time we spoke of Imagineer Tim Delaney was last year, when he departed Walt Disney Imagineering after thirty-three years with the company. Fans mourned his loss to WDI, as Delaney was a well-known name who had worked on a number [...]
“George Morrow, Jimmy Allen and Mel Glass join together to perform nightly at our Golf Resort Hotel’s Trophy Room as the Dixie Deltas.” GOLF RESORT’S DIXIE DELTAS ADDS A DANCE FLOOR
Our Golf Resort Hotel recently added a dance floor in the Trophy Room to make evening dining more entertaining. And performing nightly for your [...]
1978 was a different time. Barely emerged from the Age of Aspic, America slowly began to look for more engaging foodstuffs. No longer content to chase down their flank steak and poached asparagus with a couple of old fashioneds and a kind word to the waitress, Americans wanted something more – they wanted dessert.
How about a musical interlude? This clip from 1978’s Christmas at Walt Disney World is supremely goofy and random, but at least it’s not as horrifying as the Clinkers (although they make a cameo at the beginning of the clip!) and grotesque megababies. It also gives some sweet footage of aquatic recreation on Bay Lake [...]